CQM and HIE Supporting Care Coordination Webinar

Regional Extension Center of New Hampshire to Host Free Webinar in Partnership with Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative

Wednesday, July 31, 2013, 8:15 – 9:15 am EST
Thursday, August 1, 2013, 12:15 – 1:15 pm EST

WHAT: The Regional Extension Center of New Hampshire (RECNH), part of a national network of federally funded centers that guide providers in their efforts to establish and meaningfully use electronic health records (EHR), announced today that it will host a webinar in partnership with the Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative (MAeHC), a non-profit pioneer and leader in healthcare delivery through health information technology, to explain how clinical quality measures (CQM) and health information exchange (HIE) function together to support care coordination.

The free webinar titled, “Clinical Quality Measures and Health Information Exchange,” will describe strategies for understanding reporting and submission requirements of CQM, as well as discuss alignment of CQMs with other quality measures, such as HEDIS, PQRS and PCMH. The webinar will also cover the various HIE options open to New Hampshire providers and practices that facilitate Stage 2 Meaningful Use objectives.

WHO: Jaime Dupuis is practice consultant at the Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative, where she assists providers in their goals to achieve Meaningful Use. Dupuis works extensively with organizations in the State of NH to help physicians and their staffs understand the benefit of Meaningful Use and how it applies specifically to their organization.


Wednesday, July 31 –  To attend connect to Go To Meeting or
Dial in: +1 (866) 951-1151, Conference Room ID #: 9404450 Meeting ID: 666-525-333

Thursday, August 1 – To attend connect to Go To Meeting or
Dial in: +1 (866) 951-1151, Conference Room ID #: 9404450 Meeting ID: 710-809-605

About Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative (MAeHC) – The Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative is a national leader in the facilitation and management of electronic health record deployment, health information exchange and quality measure reporting. MAeHC is an independent non-profit corporation with a charitable mission to improve the delivery of health care by promoting the use of health IT.  Formed in 2004 as a collaboration of non-profit health care stakeholders to demonstrate the most effective ways to deploy EHRs and HIE to improve the quality, safety, efficiency, and affordability of care in Massachusetts, MAeHC now works across the United States with a wide range of physician practices, hospitals, state governments, contracting networks, management services organizations, HIE organizations, technology vendors, and consulting firms.  To learn more about the Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative, please visit www.maehc.org

About Regional Extension Center of New Hampshire (RECHNH) – RECNH was designated by the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology (ONC) as one of 62 national Regional Extension Centers (RECs).  The REC program was established by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) under the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical (HITECH) Act to help health care providers transition to electronic health records and achieve meaningful use objectives in order to maximize the functionality and benefits of an EHR system. RECNH continues to offer technical support to healthcare providers throughout the state to advance the adoption of EHRs and offer guidance and information on best practices.  For more information on the Regional Extension Center of New Hampshire, please visit www.recnh.org.